Originally Posted by nohal
Next you do whatever you want to do. Until now I thought you want to reproduce Dave's process described at the beginning of this thread.
Sean said: " I followed the instructions in the README in the wxqt branch of the main opencpn git repository.
"I built wxWidgets for wxqt for android armv7. I build opencpn linking to this, and the asset bridge library etc... I managed to build the apk fine, and installed to the android device, however, I had to regenerate Android.mk using qmake rather than using the checked in version or I always get java exceptions when opencpn starts (via adb logcat) ok... so now it runs, but it just sits there with a black screen, that's where I'm stuck."
Likewise, I'm following instructions in the 'README in the wxqt branch of the main opencpn git repository."
Compiled and installed Qt-5.3.2 from source.
Compiled and installed wxWidgets downloaded from the wxqt branch after setting up what I hope is a working android development environment
suitable for my Xoom running Ubuntu Precise in chroot.
I'm having to diverge from the instructions in regard to toolchains and platform because I am not on an intel 32 or 64 system and am using gcc-arm-linux-gnueabihf to do the android specific compilations.
Now I'm at this point in the instructions:
F. Build OCPN
___Checkout the OpenCPN "wxqt" branch from github opencpn site.
See my previous post about am I missing something? I don't see any method to "Checkout the OpenCPN "wxqt" branch from github opencpn site."
I'm trying to contribute. You can either give me a hand or blow me off.
Makes no difference to me. I'm quite satisfied running OpenCPN on my Xoom as is.